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The blue screen at start up

The blue screen comes up about 1 out of 15 times when I boot.

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  • rosekarj Mar 12, 2009

    a fatal error has occured, it does a dump with a bunch of numbers and asks you to remove recently installed drivers. It only happens on boot up - it never boots up - just the blue screen of death

  • rosekarj Mar 12, 2009

    I will try you suggestion and pay attention the next time the blue screen comes up - Thanks - I will get back to you.

  • WebKill May 11, 2010

    What information does the blue screen have on it? There are many reasons for a blue screen.

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Sounds like something that installed recently isn't playing nice with Windows, two things to try:

  1. When you boot up, hit the F8 key repeatedly till you get to a menu, select Last Known Good Configuration, and see if that let's the computer come up.
  2. If you installed any hardware or peripherals recently, unplug or uninstall them from the computer physically and see if you can start back up.

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